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Hotels in Hiroshima

You'll need a comfortable home base for exploring Hiroshima, and Orbitz has you covered. Its 7 Hiroshima hotels are rated highly for Location and Room cleanliness, and all offer a soft, cozy place to rest your head. After a good night's sleep, you'll be energized and ready to explore this destination's many attractions, including Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima and Heiwakinen Park.


Best times to visit Hiroshima

Hiroshima is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but September, December and October are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 34%, 27% and 25%, respectively.


Where to stay in Hiroshima

Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni is the main hub for flights into Hiroshima and the surrounding area.


Nightlife in Hiroshima

After dinner — or a long afternoon of shopping and sightseeing — head to local watering holes like club cream hiroshima and WunderBar Stevie's for a drink and a taste of Hiroshima's nightlife.


Hotels in Hiroshima

Looking for a home away from home? Orbitz has 7, meaning you'll have no problem finding a room or suite that suits your want and needs. Best of all, the hotels here rate highly for Location and Room cleanliness, so you'll feel taken care of after long days of exploring Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Mazda Zoom-Zoom Stadium Hiroshima and Heiwakinen Park.


Arts and culture in Hiroshima

Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Hiroshima at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims and Museum of Contemporary Art. Manga Library, Book-Off 54 Go Hiroshimayagi and Hijiyama University offer a taste of culture and learning.


Shopping in Hiroshima

Stock up on souvenirs and personal treats while in Hiroshima—the aisles at Fukuya and Tokyu Hands offer up the latest trends and accessories. Tokyu Hands and Yamada-Denki LABI Hiroshima offer gifts and other items perfect for prettying up homes or keeping up with the latest tech trends.


Get outdoors in Hiroshima

Not all of Hiroshima's attractions are indoors. Spend some time at Heiwakinen Park. Visiting Shukkeien, too, is a good way to get outside.


Arts and culture in Hiroshima

Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Hiroshima at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims and Museum of Contemporary Art. Manga Library, Book-Off 54 Go Hiroshimayagi and Hijiyama University offer a taste of culture and learning.


Where to stay in Hiroshima

Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni is the main hub for flights into Hiroshima and the surrounding area.


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Hotel JAL City Hiroshima

Nice; but...

Several things go against a five-star rating. Foremost, I had put out the "Do not Disturb" sign. But, each day, the maid would call me on my room phone and ask if she could clean my room! Well... that disturbs me. No points for that one! Secondly, they have a rule that no food or drinks be allowed in the room. What??? I came back late in the evenings and I wanted to eat a snack in my room, but I have to settle for standing around the local convenience shop eating a pastry? No points there either! It does have a small closet space and that is a big plus! But there are only three hangars. I had to go buy them. Also, they have a service for laundry. I had two pairs of: Pants, shirts, briefs and socks laundered. Cost: about $40 US. This is not a dry cleaning; mind you. Simple laundry. NO POINTS FOR THAT! Next: the bed is not comfortable at all. Very hard. My back ached in the morning. Next: the room environmental controls are only in Japanese. I had the hotel clerk come up and explain it to me, just so I could get my room cooled off. No translation available in the room guides. Lastly, they have a rule against entertaining guests in the room that we pay for. Again; I must say: "What???!!!" Overall impression: This is a C+ hotel but they do not know how to provide premium service to guests. If all you want is a place to flop, this is the place for you. If you want a nice hotel experience to go with your Hiroshima adventure, choose another.

A verified traveler

1 year ago

4.0

Urbain Hiroshima Central

Nice hotel close to main attractions

The staff was incredibly courteous and they speak English! Also, the hotel has free breakfast included and a bath house. I will definitely stay here again.

A verified traveler

2 months ago

4.0

Hotel Century 21 Hiroshima

Well maintained. Very helpful. Good breakfast.

Very helpful staff and well maintained building/ room. Breakfast option was great for a person with strict diet. Close to Hiroshima Station and department stores to grab quick to go meals.

A verified traveler

7 months ago

4.0

Miyajima Morinoyado

Great hotel for the price

Was a really nice hotel with friendly staff, restaurant and shuttle service to the pier.

A verified traveler

8 months ago